The Ecuadorian government is studying the possibility that Julian Assange exits its embassy in London in a near future, to which effect has initiated contacts with the Labour Party. The idea of the Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa is seeking an agreement with the sector, so that if they wins the election of 2015 they would undertake to ensure that Assange will not be extradited to a third country.
Recently articles published by the British press, realize that the Ecuadorian regime maintained its first approach with the opposition group to the Conservative government of David Cameron, to find a possible solution for the case of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The purpose of the agreement that Ecuador wants is to get the British government, to extradite Assange to Sweden and not the United States, to respond in court to the legal charges against him. Meanwhile, the British newspaper The Guardian, said the Ecuadorian officials have requested a meeting with politicians to discuss environmental issues and bilateral trade, but were surprised when the Ecuadorian diplomacy introduced the subject, without any notice, at the end of meeting.
The source told The Guardian “this (Assange case) is not a political issue for the Labour Party.” During the meeting participated Kerry McCarthy, who is considered the shadow chancellor of the Labour Party. Kerry spoke with the ambassador of Ecuador in London, Ana Alban, who was the one who took the initiative to convene the meeting.